Harry Kakatsakis

Harry Kakatsakis has written and directed numerous plays at such New York theaters and events as the Ensemble Studio Theater, the NYC Fringe Festival and The A Train Plays. In Los Angeles he conceptualized and directed “LIve Nude Beckett.” His films include “In My Country”, top finalist for Moveon.org contest, “Admissions,” starring James Cromwell, winner of 22 short film awards, “What Future” winner of a best production value award, and the pilot for “Miskatonic West,” based on the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. Fun fact: his mother is Academy Award nominee June Squibb.